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Friday, 6 June 2008

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17th is VICTORY

Bookmakers are making Derby County CEO and Former Hull City owner clear favourites in both the club owner's and big time Charlies categories of this year's prestigious WPFA dickhead of the year awards.

Pearson is thought likely to pick up the award himself should he be lucky enough to win one at this gala event being held at London's Cafe Royal over the forthcoming weekend.

Pearson former commercial director at now third division Leeds United,once famously took part in a car commercial and was seen leaving a casino looking dishevelled and clearly wondering why everything in life couldn't be as reliable as a Bentley.

World Pond Fish Admirers spokesman Helen Dyke was sure that Derby County playing women's football had increased the profile but was less sure whether Adam's boyish good looks or cheeky smile had played any part in the games rise to prominence in both South and West Yorkshire.

Pearson last year sold Hull City football club, the team which recently won sixty million quid and some gold bracelets, in their game against rugby union giants Bristol at the world championship of football finals event held at Wembley stadium, for some small change amounting to roughy the same as a couple of premiership transfer fees. Or a year's wages to one of the the better paid players such as David Bentley of Manchester United.

Pearson himself, with the help of Dean Windass is believed to have laid the first four thousand bricks at the blue white and yellow Casey Jones stadium. Which Ull upon Umber council rather generously bought him with their council tax money. It is thought he gave up on his vision to take the club global when it became clear to Pearson and others in his circle such as Cardiff City big hitter Peter Ridsdale that nobody would thank him for it.

Previous winner Ridsdale who was once in charge of ruining now third division and sinking fast Leeds United, pointed out that Cardiff City, Hull City, and least of all Leeds united who lost, had all played at Wembley recently and Derby County hadn't

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